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psychologist hired by the defense is expected back on the witness stand and of course we will bring you the latest from the courtroom. that's all tonight and thank for being with us, make sure to go to gretawire.com and let us know what you thought about the on the record special, the jodi arias trial. good night from washington d.c. >> bill: the o'reilly factor is on. tonight, no one in law enforcement in colorado supported-- 2007, 2009. >> editorial director of the denver post talking about jessica's law and what he said was flat-out false and we'll prove it. what happens when the press colludes with a political party. president obama and colorado are in the middle of that question. >> i can only say what i said from the very beginning that these were smears that began during my election process. >> more trouble for senator menendez, a grand jury
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investigate him on charges. >> and also tonight, bill gates, still enamored with president obama and gates want to give him more power. does lou dobbs agree? caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> . >> greta:. >> bill: i'm bill o'reilly. what happens to democracy when the press actively support a political party? that's the subject of this evening's talking points memo. it is widely believed that the national media in america is in the tank for president obama. they generally support his policies and when he does something wrong, the media don't make a big deal out of it. obviously, the great example is the national debt. most economists believe that a nation owing 17 trillion
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dollars is in trouble. with the president and the democratic party do not believe that. >> the debt is not endangering us a bit, not at all. our economists say we're in debt, but it's not endangering everything. as a matter of fact, there are economists that say some debt is not a bad idea at all. >> bill: some debt, some debt, congressman conyers? hey, if you don't think owing 17 trillion is a problem, you need to retire. how many times have you heard the national press speak passionately about the debt? besides fox news and the wall street journal, few others do. that means that many americans have no blanking clue about this troubling issue. this is what happens when the press acts in concert with a political party. want another example? let's go out to colorado. there are the democratic party will not put jessica's law up
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for a vote even though 44 other states have passed harsh mandatory penalties for child rapists, but the press in colorado is covering for the democrats. >> no one in law enforcement in colorado. >> no one? >> supported it in 2007. >> no one? >> 2009 or again this year, in fact, it's only brought up when the republicans are in the minority in colorado, not he when they had the majority. it's been used against democrats as a wedge issue politically. >> bill: you don't know whether you support it or not. all you-- >> believe me i'll get law enforcement from colorado on here and it will make you look foolish on that statement. and in a moment, i will fulfill that promise, but the bigger picture is this: the founding fathers gave the press challenge the political power to be skeptical about the power and to report accurately to them on we, the people. now we have some media in bed with politicians and that affects every american, to
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pretend that 17 trillion dollar national debt is not a danger is irresponsible. to say that jessica's law is not necessary, puts children in danger. yet the media is doing both of those things. very troubling. and that's the top story tonight. let's go back out to colorado and joining us from denver, mike mcintosh from the adams county sheriff's office. colorado spring terry mack-- makita, the sheriff of el paso county. sheriff, begin with you, do you think that colorado needs jessica's law? >> absolutely, i do believe it needs that law. >> bill: why then is the editorial director of the denver post and mark ferrandino, saying that no law enforcement supports jessica's law? >> the it's my opinion they're serving a narrow group that happens to be around a very tight denver circle and not
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reaching out. i spoke to two sheriffs this morning that feel it would be a good thing for colorado and bring more clarity to existing laws. so, there's three of us right now that i know would be in support of it. >> bill: well, here is four, chief macintosh who works in adams county just north of denver. do you support jessica's law, chief? >> yes, sir, i do. >> bill: are you insulted that the editorial director of the denver post, the largest newspaper in the state, says that you and the sheriff and every other law enforcement doesn't support it? that seems to me to be a pretty disturbing statement when both of you men, he could have picked up the phone easily. did you get a call, by the way, from anybody at the denver post, asking if you supported, either of you, jessica's law? >> no, i certainly didn't get a call and i don't remember ever being asked if we support it because i could tell you my position would be yes. >> and didn't pull this out of the hat so they could prop up
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ferrandino and the democratic party. and chief, why do you support jessica's law. all we hear is that colorado has tough enough laws against child predators. >> well, bill, for me, it's all about the safety for our children and our communities and we need to ensure that there's laws out there that protect our kids, our greatest assets. and anytime that somebody comes out and makes a statement for law enforcement and hasn't contacted law enforcement, then i, like the sheriff, take offense to that. >> bill: now, sheriff, you have to run for office in el paso county which uncompasses colorado spring. >> what's the climate in the state. when i worked out there from 1978 to 1980, all right, colorado was a fairly traditional, no, i wouldn't say it was a conservative state, but it was traditional. you would never have legalized marijuana, never would have had--
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jessica's law would have passed like that back then. what happened? >> you know, it seems that there's a real movement to not hold criminals accountable for their actions and it's almost driving or being driven, i should say, in a more liberal approach and even a few years ago, under governor ritter, we released hundreds and hundreds of what they termed as nonviolent offenders, often shortening sentences and putting them back on the streets and i think law enforcement today is dealing with the repercussions of that and i think there's a reluctance to truly hold those offenders accountable and put the rights of law abiding citizens ahead of the criminals. >> chief, is there a polarization, like do you have at bolder denver actions, right? very liberal, but then the rest of the state doesn't seem to be that liberal, but it's overwhelmed because that's the population center in denver, and that access. is that what's going on? >> you know, i really can't speak to that, bill.
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i just know that up in the northern area, in the metro area, working with the law enforcement officers there, that our main concern is the safety of the communities and which we enforce the laws and to me, it's taken the politics out of it and it really is ensuring that we are protecting the rights of the children. >> bill: and jessica's law, both of you agree it would be easier to put the child predators away, obviously, 25 to life first conviction and help you guys in trying to protect the kids of colorado. am i correct? >> oh, absolutely. i agree it would and i think it needs a floor for minimum sentence and too often we let people out of prison after serving half of the sentence issued. >> bill: last word, chief? >> i was just going to add when you look at the states that already have it, and you noted at the top of your story, that there are 44 other
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states. the states that have it, you've already seen the recidivism rate. >> bill: absolutely. >> with those violent sexual offenders. >> bill: the states that don't have it, it's a lot easier to get away with raping a child in those states. there's no question about it. gentlemen, thanks very much. we appreciate it. next on the rundown, we'll talk next about what happens with media who are corrupt. are there any checks and balances on these people. >> and more with senator menendez and investigating them. the factor is coming right back. [ woman ] we had two tiny reasons
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president obama. do you believe that, first off? >> well, in many ways, yes. but let me say this, i don't think it's in a conspirator yal fashion. i think the situation is more nuanced than that. journalists are a product of the culture that they work and most news rooms are reporters who lean left and journalists coming from journalism schools and have ideological bents as well. it's not surprising that many reporters are sympathetic to a narrative from the obama white house about the debt issue. >> bill: i don't think it's a giant conspiracy that they meet in key west and say this is how we're going to help president obama, it's more a culture. on march 6th an e-mail sent out by the democratic party smeared me as homophobic, and
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described him in the opening as being openly gay because that's who he is and this is his priority, getting civil unions, legalizing marijuana. four days later, the denver post almost uses the exact same language as that democratic fundraiser in an editorial column attacking me as a homophobe and whatever. that i think is collusion, professor. >> well, it'd be hard for me to comment on whether it's collusion or not, but i can see where the democratic party might want to exploit this issue i've raised for their own benefit and particularly they'd see an east coast media organization like fox news would need to come in and meddle in their internal affairs and that the denver post would say, hey, we support this narrative and we're going to get on board with that. >> bill: all right. you, joe, work in media primarily left wing. >> right. >> bill: it's not everybody. >> no. >> bill: but primarily. okay? now, it's a website.
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it doesn't purport to be objective. so, yes it's stacked up, but you also follow the national news. you know, you watch everybody. >> sure. >> bill: and i'm saying now na the objective reporting is breaking down. and opinions, and actually align with political parties as msnbc align with the democratic party and some accuse fox of aligning with the republican party. that's what's happening and-- >> you bring up msnbc and i'll give a macro, i can't speak to the denver post and the democratic party in colorado as far as colluding or not. it's speculative. a lot of evidence, but speculati speculative. >> back in december, four prime time hosts were invited to go to the white house that's not terribly unordinary, but that visit was not on the president's schedule. those hosts did not promote this. if you were going to the white house, would you on your show
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say. >> bill: report back to the folks what happened. >> nothing was said. afterwards nothing was talked about as far as what went on in that meeting. the huffington post afterward said that president obama met with rachel maddow, al sharpton and influential progressives extending the bush tax cuts. four words, campaign and sell the public. when i hear that, i don't hear-- i hear sham wow guy and i hear-- >> that shows a powerful national media advancing the cause of one political party. and i mean, i think the founding fathers would be stunned that that's happening. >> i think the founding fathers would be disappointed because they wanted an independent press to be a watch dog of the powers that be. it's happened many times over the years the white house invited the reporters, to come
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in and talk and the white house calls sympathetic reporters at press conferences and what not. i don't think it's unusual, but i think there is a blurring of that be objectivity line that we don't see that standard in journalism laboring like we used to. a lot of them are into advocacy journalism and they're perfectly fine with that. >> bill: if you're a commentary you're allowed and if you're not-- and the democrat post colluding in colorado and you see he what happens. good legislations get knocked down and folks don't get to vote on it. and gentlemen, thank you very much. directly ahead. geraldo on senator menendez. investigating him on possible corruption. and bernard mcguirk, and also t a few feature, the biggest pinhead of the week after these messages.
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>> friday is the geraldo segment tonight. and senator menendez, and reports say a grand jury has been convened for menendez and others. i think this is serious for menendez, really, really serious. >> what i think is that senator menendez should send a thank you note to tucker carlson of the daily caller of making the allegations that senator menendez and his friend, the allegedly corrupt eye doctor hired hookers, some of them underaged in the dominican republic. the investigators, some democratic operatives went to the dominican republic and denied they slept with menendez and more importantly said they were paid to lie
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about menendez. here you have the people accusing him of corruption caught in a lie that they'd hired the hookers. from there-- wait, wait. >> bill: in two separate tracks. i don't really care at this point about the hooker situation. that's to aside. you have a democratic administration, you have a very, very liberal attorney general. this is a powerful democratic senator. this is a federal rap, a federal beef. they take it into miami, which is overburdened place anyway, they've got a lot of cases down there. the grand jury convenes to look at menendez and his steering of contracts to this eye doctor in the dominican republic, an eye doctor doing security work in the dominican republic with the help of a u.s. senator? >> i have to draw the connection. the reason the hooker thing is important is that if that charge is indeed false, as it appearsakes menendez look like he's being falsely accused and he's being
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victimized and that's why-- >> i don't think that the grand jury-- >> i think they've already heard it. the fact there's a grand jury and let's get to the point whether the senator, democrat from new jersey, bob menendez is in trouble. i agree he's in trouble. the start with the eye doctor is charged or accused of overbilling medicaid now they're looking at the eye doctor and then the bogus prostitution charges and now everybody is paying attention. now you have the rap, menendez is flying back and forth on the guy's private plane to the dominican republic. why did he take the private plane, was it to get menendez to give him favored status, treatment in terms of this federal contract. now comes the real trouble. now comes the cancer on the senatal tenure of bob menendez. here is a government of the dominican republic getting federal aid for a container security port. a gift of the federal
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container security port. don't gift it to them, there's a private u.s. company that's going to provide that, it's a contract $500 million dollar. >> bill: a lot of money. >> a major, mange thing. why is that significant? it is significant because the same eye doctor gave a super pac supporting menendez-- >> $700,000, of which almost 6 went to the campaign. >> bill: menendez gets indicted. do you agree he? >> here is the problem-- >> wait a minute, my prediction, is he indicted? >> is it pay for play? can you prove beyond a reasonable doubt that-- >> i don't think that they -- oh, you think he pleads guilty? >> no, no. >> bill: i don't think that the federal prosecutors and the fbi take it to the grand jury. i don't think they convene the grand jury. >> the grand jury is convened. >> bill: they don't have to take this case to it. >> i think the corruption case
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is already before the grand jury. >> bill: so do i, i predict he gets indicted. yes or no. >> prediction, no. >> bill: okay. a bet? >> no, no bet. eye doctor gets indicted, but menendez, no. >> bill: i don't care about that, i know it's another dinner i'll chalk up. very expensive. all right-- >> it's very difficult to prove. i'm a lawyer. >> bill: and he's going to get indicted. you're wrong, af got to pony up. wisconsin, what is this white privilege thing, tell me what this is? >> first of all, do you think that white people are privileged on earth or in the united states of america? white person. >> bill: generally speaking to some families yes, but not generally speaking. >> generally speaking you'd say there is a-- if you see a white person walking down the street you're generally reacting differently than if you saw a black person.
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there is white privilege, white people do have a slight upper hand in society. it's not as big a deal as the bad old days. >> bill: depends on what stratosphere you're from. >> now we'll reduce it down to the department of public instruction in the state of wisconsin. they want the volunteers teaching in the public schools to know that they have privilege so they wanted them to wear a white wristband that said, basically i'm a honky, i'm a-- and you know, which is as stupid as like a white guy-- >> you said it, it's stupid. rivera, i can't believe it you're actually making sense. >> it's a stupid idea. >> bill: can you believe it? you guys believe he's making sense tonight? >> i'm a black man, here, al jolson, how i love you, how i love you. >> bill: don't go overboard. it must be a st. patrick's day gift. you're making sense. and geraldo, he thinks that the white privilege wristband
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is a stupid thing. all right, rivera good. doesn't ruin it. don't say anymore. (laughter) plenty ahead as the factor moves along and bill gates still mighty infatuated with president obama. lou dobbs will weigh in. and gutfeld and mcguirk, apparently a high school using gay characters it portray biblical figures. how about that adam and eve, huh? we hope you stay tuned for those reports. [ lisa ] my name's lisa, and chantix helped me quit.
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in the world is bill gates the founder microsoft. he is huge supporter of barack obama wawtsd to give the president more power. >> how do you feel president obama is doing? >> some days i wish we had a system like the u.k. where the party in power could do a lot and then you would see how it went and then, fine, you -- i wish there was slightly more power in the presidency to avoid some of these deadlocks. >> bill: and lou dobbs. you want to give the president more power? >> not a bit. i think he has more than a fair share right now. i love listening to gates say he needs, he would like to give him more power. then gates claims he is not really going to be partisan on this, otherwise i don't know why he would give him more power. he likes the parliamentary
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system better but talking about a man who is massive contradictions. he acknowledges that our system is far better system than the united kingdom. >> bill: let me play devil's advocate. i think he is saying frustrating for americans that look at this crazy debate over the budget. they can't get anywhere. they never get anything done. president with a tie-breaker or more authority. we could advance things down the road. isn't that what he saying? >> it is. the other part is democrats want to raise taxes big time. most recent senate proposal, a trillion and a half over the next decade. gates may be enthusiastic about that but that would tank the economy, period. >> bill: here is my problem with gates. i was defending him but i don't think if he would say if george
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w. bush. you know president bush needs more power. at this think he is liberal partisan. i don't know him. i think that is where he coming from. share the wealth and income redistribution? >> there is no better example of ee leetsd in this country, gates equals microsoft, $61 billion net worth on the part of bill gates. >> bill: he gives a lot of money away. he is not a hypocrite like al gore? >> not even close but we should discuss what he is doing. these powerful companies hold the gate way to the digital world. microsoft, facebook, google these are huge companies, big power and then to align it with statist president like barack obama that would have a crushing influence on our society. >> bill: in the g.o.p. budget put forth by congressman ryan
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there was at call for a repeal of obamacare. now, i said earlier this week that was dumb. you don't put that in there because no one pays any attention to anything else. that is never going to happen. so we're into the land of oz. am i wrong? >> it would be awkward for me to suggest you are wrong. [ laughter ] >> i certainly watch the most important points. >> bill: which is the talking points memo. >> the fact is 46 trillion dollars in new spending over the next decade if we go along with the democratic trajectory. under the ryan plan we're talking $41 trillion. >> bill: you are dodging my question. >> i'm getting there. i know your patience level. >> bill: i'm seven years old, hurry up? >> $2 trillion depends on the repeal of obamacare. i agree with you.
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it is.... >> bill: not going to happen. >> i congratulated congressman ryan on the budget. >> bill: why did he put the other stuff in there to wipe out the good stuff? >> i said for some time this is republican party close to be a johnny one note party. they can't talk about anything but repealing obamacare. look they are all smart. >> bill: no, they are not smart. >> leadership of the house, most of them are smart. >> bill: harry reid is not smart. >> i was wrong about that. you have to understand, these two parties are not thinking right now. >> bill: was it a mistake for ryan to put that in there? >> absolutely. we're talking about a dumb idea when his plan while he has put forward a great number and should have the ways to do it.
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>> bill: the reason it is dumb while the president has the veto pen he is not going to repeal obamacare no matter what they want. it's not going to happen. >> democratic plan would put it into debtor nation status. >> bill: they are in sweden. when we come right back, what the heck happened? on gay biblical characters, taking god off the currency and pinheads of the week. the boys moments away. ♪ constipated? yeah. mm. some laxatives like dulcolax can cause cramps. but phillips' caplets don't. they have magnesium. for effective relief of occasional constipation. thanks. [ phillips' lady ] live the regular life. phillips'.
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glasses. >> bill: where does it say in god we trust. >> it's in back! >> that is white house. there it is. >> bill: okay. now do you object to that? >> i think it's too judgmental we need something like don't spend it all in one place. that would be nice. or 40% goes to obama. >> bill: i like the political slogan because it might change. i just think if you take in god we trust off the currency, we should hi, and happy face. no one would be offended but the rational behind this is in god we trust is number one offensive to atheists, because they don't trust in god and its exclusion ear because there are some people that believe in many gods.
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all the zeus people are offended by that. >> it's total stupidity. it's less than a religious thing but a cultural thing. cultural elders have saw the need to convey the idea there is higher power because most people are stupid, selfish s.o.b.s to have that notion there is somebody up there looking at you and watching. >> bill: don't spend your money on narcotics. that might stop them. >> and religious prayer and still free, but we'll start from the premise there is something up there. >> bill: i am a simple man. you concur, we're all in agreement. >> absolutely. >> bill: if you don't like in god we trust, don't take the money. don't take it. trade. barter. >> bill: whatever. in massachusetts we have a situation where there is a high school in south hadley.
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have you been there? >> yes. >> bill: that is where a lot of liberal universities. they are going to put out a biblg cal play which is good, right. bible get good ratings. >> bringing religion back to the schools. >> bill: not exactly. they are all being portrayed as gay. >> and gay friendly to begin with. >> bill: there was a scene in mel brooks movie, keep it gay but very funny but not making judgments. are you offended by a high school play all the characters are gay. >> nobody is for censorship, they don't let nativity scenes during christmas but all of a sudden now, they are going to put a religious theme. we're not for censorship. if they are using public money to push an agenda on kids. >> bill: here is my question gut
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fe8d. if you are going to have a gay adam and eve, how do you pro create. you can't multiply. >> it's event to upset people they want to upset to turn you in uptight conservative. my response is who cares, grow up. do the koran you wimpts then we'll talk. >> bill: you want the officials to mock the quoran. >> they won't. it a fundamental hypocrisy that christians are nice people that won't react. >> bill: there is a jewish component to the bible, as well. they are taking the judeo-christian tradition and they want tolerance, right?
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>> do nianetics, a gay dianetics. >> the city of sodom gets repush irked and bath houses are all scrubbed out. so good. sodom and apostles look like dead people. >> how can you not like dianetics? terrible. >> bill: did you see the last supper. >> match co-man. >> dancing a o water. [ laughter ] >> bill: and brand-new feature the biggest pinheads of the week. right back... i'm a conservative investor.
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>>. >> bill: segment, biggest pinheads of the week. once again gutfeld and mcguirk. we're going to take a pinhead every week and you start with, dennis rodman. >> who was your favorite? >> favorite is paul, john paul. i think he was cool as hell. he looked like a pimp. he looked like a pimp and he is speaking like 50,000 languages and.... >> bill: i have no idea what that was about. do you know what he was saying? >> he called the most favorite popes a pimp.
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>> bill: then he talked 20,000 languages. >> everybody, his i.q. matches his rebound average. no genius dennis rodman and it comes out we're building missile shields in california. >> bill: isn't rodman to make a pinhead. >> she pretty harmless. i'm not advocating swiss guards take him to st. peter's square, of course not. he is harmless dummy but to say that about abraham lincoln. >> bill: if he could get publicity your pinhead of the week? >> the mayor of new york, bloomberg. >> bill: we have some tape. roll it. >> for the first time in the history of the world more people will die from overeating than under eating this year. i think that it is incumbent on government to tell people what
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they are doing to themselves and let people make their own decisions. our job is to educate people as long as you don't bend cheese-its. >> bill: what i don't get from the mayor, we want to tell people but banning the big soft drinks and everything else more than telling people. >> when you say you are starting national conversation that means you lost. they overthrew the soda ban, at least we got the conversation started. shut up with your conversation. i am tired of national conversations. where do you get this that more people are dying. from the bloomberg institute of pulling things out of my butt. it's actually insulting to people that deal with hunger issues. >> bill: i don't know that is so farfetched. 69% of the american public are
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overweight? >> they aren't dead. we have the highest life spans in the world. they are factoring heart disease and cancer and not factoring in starvation. >> bill: do we really want to live more than 80 years. do you really wanted, big soda, around 81 you can still have it. >> about 90 or 95. >> you look 80. [ laughter ] >> they have great pharmaceuticals that make things more interesting. >> bill: i think i know what you are talking about but i don't want to know nimg. my pinhead is from the denver post. moore doesn't have any control of the editorial page which we destroyed this week. you guys have been following that story. they are against jessica's law because they are in bed with the democratic party out there. they used the editorial columnist use the same words as
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the fund-raiser for the democratic party, very similar. but this guy moore he should no better. former editor of the boston globe and he has turned the denver post into a house organ for the democratic party and who is suffering? the kids in colorado because they can't get jessica's law. not only do they lie about it they being the politicians and columnists at denver posted and maybe we'll see it wasn't a lie but they were mistaken. it's just opposite. so, the guy's name is gregory moore. my pinhead of the week. do you concur? >> absolutely disgraceful protect the most defenseless. >> bill: just report honestly. if you are against it. say why you are against jessica's law but don't get in
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bed with the democratic party and pretty much tow their line whatever they do. >> natural out growth of the campus. there is going to be more pro criminals than pro victims. >> bill: it's a beautiful place to live and not for the better. there they are. factor tip for the day how to celebrate st. patrick's day in a way that mcguirk that will not. we don't want his way nor my way. the tip is next. all stations come over to mission a for a final go.
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the denver post. coloradans wake up and fight back. and villa hills, kentucky, if colorado and hawaii don't pass jessica's law you should call for a tourism boycott, bill. too many innocent people get hurt if i did that, william. the message is getting out and there are many fine vacation destinations in the usa. there's a lot of competition in that area. karen harris, maui, aloha, bill, we need your muscles here, the legislation cares more about pets than children. from california, i'm taking my kiki, to the caribbean. hawaiian for children. ron i should say zimmerman from lakewood, colorado, we now have pot shops close to schools and in-state college tuition for illegal immigrants, but can't pass jessica's law.
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that what happens when the state is taken over by secular progressives. they're skiing and hiking and meantime that's going on. i lived in colorado the late '70s and it was traditional place full of common sense folks, things have changed. colorado springs, as treasurer of el paso county please keep slamming the colorado legislature, bill, i've been fighting these people for years and far left taken hoped. stacy from littleton, colorado i was raped by my coach when i was 15, he was convicted and sentenced to 90 days for the crime. colorado laws ar joke. enjoyed watters world, but if i he see the collar on his polo shirt turned up one more time, i'll go insane. and from texas, jess watters suddenly started to looks more